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Brexit deal rejected for third time by British lawmakers

British Prime Minister Theresa May woes take another twist as members of Parliament on Friday, March 29 reject her European Union divorce deal for a record third time (AGENCIES)

WESTMINISTER, London – British Members of Parliament on Friday, March 29 rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s European Union divorce deal for a third time, opening the way for a long delay to Brexit — or a potentially catastrophic “no deal” withdrawal in two weeks.

Lawmakers in parliament’s lower House of Commons defied May’s plea to end the political deadlock that has plunged Britain into crisis and defeated her withdrawal agreement by 344 votes to 286.

It is yet another blow to a prime minister who has all but lost control of her government and the Brexit process — particularly after she offered to quit if MPs backed the deal.

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